Antoine Ndiaye, Doctor of Pharmacy, MBA, is a seasoned public health manager and leader with more than 20 years of demonstrated experience leading and managing a variety of capacity building, HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, commodity security, and maternal and child health projects. In his current position as MTaPS Country Project Director in Côte d’Ivoire, Dr. Ndiaye contributes to advancing coordination of the Global Health Security Agenda in the country, empowers public-sector counterparts in decision making and improving leadership, oversees and manages the overall strategy and activity implementation, manages stakeholder relations, and is accountable to achieve program results. Prior to MTaPS, Dr. Ndiaye held various roles, including the Principal Technical Advisor for the Center for Leadership Management (CLM), where he provided technical and/or management support to LMG field support activities in the areas of management and leadership, RH/FP, RHCS, HIV/AIDS, and other technical areas for CLM. Dr. Ndiaye served as Project Director for MSH’s Leadership, Management and Sustainability (LMS) Program in Haiti and as MSH’s Regional Commodity Security Planning Coordinator for the Action for West Africa Regional Project, where he led and coordinated commodity security activities in 21 West and Central Africa countries and worked closely with regional institutions such as CESAG in Senegal and IRSP in Benin. Dr. Ndiaye is a native of Senegal and is fluent in French and English.